Discussion in 'Free Fire Zone' started by Otto, Aug 27, 2017.
There is a restaurant in Disney that does that. Makes you clean the table off, too.
I would laugh at them.
The local one is very nice and they have good burgers. Lots of options if you want something other than beef as well.
Used to get 'roo meat here, and ostrich.
My first summer out here, I worked (briefly) with a landscaping crew. Apart from the 'boss', I was the only white guy there and didn't speak a word of Spanish. Now, I also can't be mistaken as anything other than Irish either- covered head to toe in freckles, dark hair and paler skin. My name is Matt...somehow, I was called "Sergey"....go figure on that one!
well, you could be Art if you had no arms or legs.
Eating at a burger place in town last week, I got Auto once again.
Following that up at another local burger place today. I've not seen this one before: "Octo".
Good job you don't need to tell them your surname.
Welcome to the forum, Doc Oct.
a 4 patty burger. nice.
i see you are not a dipper.
no way could they put enough ketchup on the burger. must be dunked in a puddle of 'chup.
you should see the owners face after i dump half a jar of parmesan onto the eat in pizza place...love the parma...costco sells 100% parmesan chips. ate a whole bag. couldnt crap for 3 days.
Five Guys lists the number of patties up front, but that's actually two double burgers not one massive four-patty burger. I'm fairly certain the thickness of a four-patty Five Guys burger would be impossible to eat if stacked. As for ketchup, I apply minimal ketchup to a burgers. Dipping would be far too much for my taste.
Tell 'em "GroFaz" next time and see what you get.
Five Guys...that is certainly a burger that is hard to top.
Indeed. Their burgers are fantastic, and their fries are top tier aw well.
There is a Five Guys in Bozeman. I'll have to give it a try one of these days.
One three miles from here. Never been.
Have you tried calling to see if they deliver?